Blackboard Lands $767K Contract to Support 60,000 Arizona Teachers
Blackboard, the popular learning management system, has completed a $767,000, four-year contract with the Arizona Department of Education. Blackboard will support Arizona’s 60,000 educators in over 2,000 public schools with online professional development and video conferencing capabilities. The Arizona DOE plans to use the platform to support educators as they implement the Common Core State Standards.
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